From one on one consultations to long-term coaching, from evaluating your current website to teaching you how to build a better one, the best of the best of my services and courses will always be working with me directly.

I have been where you are, and I can see the future for you with a great deal of clarity for one simple reason- the direction that future goes is entirely driven by the choices you make and where you choose to invest your time and energy.

 

I can help you

  • Sift through the garbage
  • Teach you the skills you need to have
  • Increase your confidence in those decisions
  • And help you to figure out what is worth your time to learn and what you don’t need to worry about

Wondering about that amazing idea and don’t know where to go next? Let me help you take your idea and turn it into a creation – a product or service that is ready for your ideal customers. When you’ve got things rolling and you aren’t reaching that next level you’re striving for, you need my expertise in order to help you create a superb user experience and obliterate barriers to entry.

What I Offer

Helping you outline your idea, craft your customer experience, and teach you how to navigate the online world – websites and social media – while assisting with developing systems and processes you need in order to keep your business running smoothly.

No matter which phase you’re in- you have a great idea and you need to get going or you have a specific problem you’re ready to tackle (you need to improve your interface or you’re ready to scale up) you need my one on one consulting. Together we can get you to the next step.

  • Business idea development
  • Business strategy plans
  • Web design
  • Customer journey
  • Website review

Learn more | Schedule a session | Youth consulting

Still have questions? Email me

Need a website?

If you are looking for someone to get you set up with a website on WordPress I can help! I offer three main options:

  1. DIY – Is a quick course called WordPress made Stupid Easy® where I show you exactly what to do to get your website up and running on WordPress in just under an hour
  2. Quick Start – This is one of 2 packages I offer to get you up and running. Here you will get WordPress and the Divi theme installed on your website as well as the home and contact page set up. $500
  3. Starter Pack – This one is ideal for anyone just getting started and wants to get their website up and running. It covers everything in the Quick Start package in addition to adding the blog, services, and about pages as well as a 30-minute training at the end showing you, the client, the basics (updates, pages, posts, modules, and customized) for moving forward on your own. $1,297

DIY | Website Packages

Need a speaker who understands the importance of teamwork, the user experience & selling?

If so, let’s connect! I love speaking to audiences on the importance of teamwork, building out the user experience, and why simple, clean, design always sells. By keeping it simple – making it “stupid easy®” – you will not only make life easier, you will also stand out from the crowd.

Whether you are looking for someone to come in to give the team a pep talk or just need a creative’s point of view, I customize my quote based on your needs and your location. If you are interested in having me as a speaker for an upcoming event or meeting please contact me below.

I’m available to speak and participate in discussions around the following topics:
  • Entrepreneurship and what this journey looks like including an array of topics
  • Teamwork in the workplace and why communication is so important
  • Designing a website that is user-friendly
  • Organization and the importance of implementing systems
  • Why you need to be thinking bigger and have a conversation with your customers (selling without selling)

Contact Ed

Ed is customer focused and produces high-quality outcomes. He exercises good judgment and takes responsibility for decisions. Ed knows how to masterfully craft a successful customer interaction.

Allen B.

  • Promoting Positivity 98%
  • Simplifying Technology 90%
  • Teaching how to start a business 90%

I have to say, when I first signed up for the appointment I thought that the pricing was a tad high. But let me tell you, I feel like it was worth every penny. I’ve been going around and around with the issues of having more than one offering, more than one website, etc… for a while now. I was able to get some clear direction in 30 minutes. (YEA!). I think of you as the “tech guy”, but really you have a lot more skills than just tech.

Victoria Romano Sexton

My Work Flow

Connect

Connecting is key in any relationship, be it the one between you and me or the one between you and your customers. It’s first on the list for a reason: it’s essential and you can’t get whatever’s next done without it.

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Research & Organize

Research is fundamental to any process. How you organize the information you collect from efficient, effective research will determine your next steps and allow you to move forward (or stop progress in its tracks). Organizing and implementing effective systems is key no matter what you hope to achieve.

Teach

Teaching is the final step of what I can offer you. Once I understand you and your needs, research them and organize systems that will allow you to implement successful strategies, I can teach you how to do the same thing moving forward. The coolest part? Teaching is just applying what you’ve learned, so once you learn what you need, you’re limitless.

My clients are both men and women. Some are working a 9 to 5 job and in search of something more, while some are already small business owners looking to get organized, get up to speed with their technology, and attack their opportunities. I work with clients at every stage of their process from brainstorming to implementation, to follow up sessions. Like I always say, Teamwork equals SUCCESS!

You are really in your calling. You have such a natural ability to simplify tech stuff… it’s clear now. You got me at “owning vs renting” (In regards to deciding between building a website on WordPress or SquareSpace).

Elizenda Jean-Claude

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is your office hours?

Business hours are 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Pacific Time. Ed Troxell Creative is CLOSED on Wednesdays.

Do you have a DIY course on building a website?

Yes! If you would like to build your own website on WordPress– I highly encourage you to do this for the experience and so you can see you can do it when given the right tools – then check my WordPress made Stupid Easy® course. You can get a website set up in about an hour.

What is your turn around time?

When you reach out you can expect a reply within 24-hours during normal business hours. From there it will all depend on what we discuss and the project at hand.

I'm not local, can we still work together?

Absolutely! In fact, most of my clients are on the East Coast. What does this look like? Communication takes place primarily through email, Google Drive and Zoom video conferencing which is a breeze for both of us to use.

Why is email the best way to contact you?

Email allows us both to have something we can refer back to as needed and it keeps all the communication is one place. In the process, I help teach you how to compose better emails starting with the subject line which should always match what is in the body of the email. By doing this you save both time and money later 😉

Do you accept PayPal?

You bet! I also accept most major credit cards and good old cash!

Why do you charge upfront for most services?

Because while Mastercard is accepted everywhere, hugs are not a form of payment – at least when it comes to paying bills. Truth is, I simply can not take back the knowledge I give you which is why I charge upfront for most of my services. I realize many fear paying upfront for services given they have been burned in the past. I get it. Been there, done that. That’s why if you feel this way let’s talk about it. Shoot me an email and we can discuss your concerns. I want you to feel comfortable working with me.

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

Building a website can be pretty complicated. I’m all about making technology Stupid Easy® 🤓 That being said, here’s a few tips and a quick run down on getting started with a website.

WordPress.org vs WordPress.com

Basically, think of it as owning your own home (WordPress.org) vs renting (WordPress.com). The WordPress.org route means you are free to build what you like and add whatever you like (plugins – think of them like apps on your smartphone). WordPress.com however, is more restrictive and doesn’t allow for plugins. It will cost a bit more too because if something happens to your site you reach out to them vs WordPress.org it’s on you and your tech resources.

WordPress.org is the best route in most cases as it allows your site to grow as your business grows. It’s just intimidating to many, especially when starting out, as it can do as little or as much as you want. Think of it like your smartphone. It can do just the basics like make phone calls or it can be your portable computer.

So what should you expect to pay for a new website that is done through WordPress.org?

    – Domain name ($5-20 average price going for $12.99) Here’s my referral link to Name.com

    – Web hosting (starting at $4 a month so $48/yr) Here’s my recommendation again SiteGround

    – WordPress theme free (not recommended) or higher. The one I use is Divi which is about $69/yr

    – DIY route = your time which you can check out my WordPress made Stupid Easy® course

    – Designer route = some will start around $500-$800 (really low)+

Also, if you are looking for more tips on WordPress check out my Pinterest.

If you end up looking for someone to guide you and teach you how things work on the backend feel free to reach out. I offer one on one sessions as a service where we would go over things like this. Work with Ed

Remember, take one thing at a time. 😉

Getting started with websites

I have a blog post full of helpful tips including videos that explain the different elements of a website and what you will need. Check out “Building a website.

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